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man 3." now coming out this summer, we are checking in with some warner bros. studios films. the big name on this one is what? - it is probably "man of steel" is the one they are probably really looking forward to. they get their summer going next week with "the great gatsby," which is a $100-million budgeted re-imagining of the film with leonardo dicaprio. same people who did "moulin rouge" and "romeo + juliet." i don't know if anyone is really clamoring to see another version of this story. i certainly am not, and i don't think it is going to do $75 million in the u.s. - any hope for "the hangover part 3?" - that it could be better? maybe. but even fans of the first one really hated the second movie, so i think that is going to be reflected here. so i think maybe $150 million is maybe the ceiling. - "man of steel" you mentioned, "pacific rim," and "the conjuring." - "man of steel," like i said, is the movie that warner bros. is really sort of hoping is going to be the big hit this summer. i think anything less than $500 million worldwide will be a disappointment for them. "pacific
's captioning sponsored by comedy central captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org mac: look, bro, i'm only gonna be here for about ten minutes. i got to get my pump on. i have a very big day. man: i'm sorry. i can't let you in. i don't understand why you're insisting on jamming me up here, bro. i'm not trying to jam you up. i just don't believe you. what is not to believe? i am absolutely dennis reynolds. this picture looks nothing like you. well, thank you. because i have actually packed on about 15 or 20 pounds of solid bulk muscle since that picture was taken, bro. it's actually a testament to your gym. i'm gonna need you to either buy your own membership, or get out. mac? yeah. hey, tranny. - carmen. - yeah. sorry. how you doing? wow. you look great. that's a good tuck job. you have it taped back there? - no. - it's good.
had no indication there was anything going on? >> bro, not a clue that that girl was in that house, or anybody else was in there against their will. >> well, i just came back from interviewing charles ramsey just a short time ago. here's some of that interview. >> so you moved in about a year ago. you had seen ariel castro around, right? >> when i moved there, only because he was my neighbor. >> right. what was he like? >> cool. he wasn't no freak of nature. he was like me and you, because he talked about the same things you talk about. you know what i mean? regular stuff, bro. >> so yesterday, what happened? >> i'm going to tell it all. around 3:00, i was on my porch and the mailman put his mail in my mail. i looked at it like here's his mail when he come home. couple minutes later, he pulled up. he checked the mailbox, grabbed his paper. before he went in the house, i said ariel, here goes your mail. we just had the same conversation when i hand him the mail. he said they can't get it right. i said damn postal service. that's it. he left. i jumped on my bike, went to mcdonald's.
talked about the same thing you talk blt. about. you know, regular stuff, bro. >> so yesterday, wapd? >> you gonna love this. i'm going to tell it all. around 3:00, i was on my porch. and the mailman put his mail in my mail. i looked at it and said i've got to give ariel his mail when he comes home. before he went this the house,i said ariel, here go your mail. he said they can't get it right. i said nope, damn postal service. that's it. he left. i jumped on my bike. went to mcdonalds. came back home. i'm in my house. but i'm in the living room and i'm right by the front door because i'm looking out the front door. and, man, this girl screamed like a car had hit her kid, which made me, you know, you stop eating, what was that? so when i got up, i saw my neighbor across the street. he run across the street. i'm thinking where are you going? ain't nobody next door, i saw ariel leave. i heard that girl scream and saw him running across the street. i went outside and wondered what he was doing. amanda say i'm stuck in here, help get me out. he either don't no english that well or panicke
problem. maybe you're dating his son. >> and you had never seen her before. >> bro, that man, listen. never. that woman didn't come out of the house. the only kids that came out the house were two little girls. they played in the backyard. he had two dogs. and where i live, naturally, is next door. my bedroom was upstairs. i hear kids playing, i knew it was them. they do the same thing. play in the backyard for a couple of hours, go back in the house. same thing every day. the neighborhood knows them as grandchildren. no big deal. you got the grandkids over all the time. i thought. >> amanda berry then, what? asked to call 911? >> um-hmm. and i took her into my house. now, i'm nervous as hell. so, i'm fumbling with my phone. so, i finally did it right. she can't wait. and i don't blame her. so, what i do is tell her go a i cross the street and use their phone. now we're both calling 911. she get through. and i get through. she deals with a moron. and me, too. >> what do you mean about a moron? >> idiot. >> i heard the 9-1-1 call from her. the woman was hang up and wait for the police
this off bro because we see this every day. >> reporter: how long have you lived here. >> a year. i barbecue with this dude. we eat ribs and what not and listen to salsa music. >> reporter: you had no indication there was -- >> bro, not a clue! bro, i knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man's arms. something is wrong here. [ laughter ] >> dead giveaway. >> quite a character. well, kidnapping survivor jaycee dugard is giving her own insight into the incredible rescue of the three kidnapping victims. she says the women need the opportunity to heal and connect back into the world. this morning, she released a statement about the women who escaped. dugard says, "the human spirit is incredibly resilient. more than ever, this reaffirms we should never give up hope." she was 11 when she was abducted in front of her south lake tahoe home in 1991. she spent 18 years in captivity in antioch and gave birth to two daughters before being found in 2009. her captors, phillip and nancy garrido, pleaded guilty to kidnapping and raping dugard. >>> tomorrow we are
. >> like cool ad, bro. this is a good idea. >> so you take a can of mountain dew and hit a woman over the head with it? >> i guess. >> that's how you dew you up? >> this rapper lil wayne this week had a song out and one of the lyrics was beat that p word like emmitt till. emmitt till was a civil rights kid, a 14-year-old beat up. what wayne thought it was okay to write a lyric beat that p word like emmitt till that is insulated again from the politically correct world we live in that they are -- >> how do you know he was talking about women? >> i want to bring you into this because as the only goat on the panel what did you make of the ad? >> frankly, greg, i ate trash and didn't give it a thought like most goats. we have a very one track mind. >> you'll eat anything i put in front of you. >> the great thing about us as a species. put it in front of me. we'll eat it. like mikey and cereal. >> you actually ate mikey. >> yeah i did. that's not true. it's true. and the chick on the horse. >> the only person that should be offended by any of this is god, the real creator. tyler, can we do
, bro. >> so yesterday, what happened? >> you'll love this. i'm going to tell it all. around 3:00 i was on my porch. and the mailman put his mail in my mail. i've lived here i get ariel's mail when he come home, couple minutes later he pulled up, grabbed the mail, i go, ariel, here go your mail. same conversation when i handed him the mail. can't get it right. i said, nope. that's it. he left. i jumped on my bike, went to mcdonald's. came back home. i'm in my house, but i'm in the living room and i'm right by the front door, i'm looking out the front door. and, man, this girl screamed like a car had hit a kid, which made me stop eating, what was that? so when i got up i saw my neighbor across the street. he'd run across the street. and i'm thinking where are you going? i just saw ariel leave and i know nobody there. i heard that girl scream and saw him run across the street and ran outside wondered what he was doing. and amanda say i'm stuck in here. help get me out. guy don't know english that well and panicked. here i come with my half eaten big mac and i look and say what's up. a
testicles to pull this off, bro, because we see this dude every day. i mean, every day. >> how long have they lived here? >> i've been here a year. i barbecue with this dude. we eat ribs and whatnot and listen to salsa music. you see where i'm coming from? >> you had no indication -- >> bro, not a clue that that girl was in that house, or anybody else was in there against their will. because how he is, he just comes out to his backyard, plays with the dogs, tinkers with his cars and motorcycles, goes back in the house. he's someone you look and look away because he's not doing nothing but average stuff. you see what i'm saying? nothing exciting about him. well, until today. >> what was the reaction on the girls' faces? i can't imagine to see the sunlight. >> bro, i knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran to a black man's arms. something is wrong here. dead giveaway. >> quite extraordinary interview there with a neighbor called only charles. that's all we know him by by the moment, who was right there when the extraordinary scenes happened today in cleveland. three yo
to their defense attorneys, just some bros taking another bro's lap top and throwing away his backpack of empty fireworks because that is what bros do. when i was in college i couldn't get my friends to help me move a couch. our deborah feyerick is in north dartmouth, massachusetts where the suspects live. thanks for joining us. investigators have spent a lot of time at the nearby landfill reportedly looking for this laptop but that's not where they found it? >> reporter: no it's not where they found it and according to the two sources who spoke to our cnn producer they did not find the lap top in the landfill. they found a black backpack filled with empty fireworks. the powder had been removed. the lap top is still a question as to where they actually discovered it. the last person who had it was a man named dias kadyrbayev one of his dzhokhar tsarnaev's very close friends. the two texted after dzhokhar's picture was splashed across the country and the world. they began texting with the friend saying, hey, the suspect looks a lot like you. but right now investigators are going to be going thro
search, i got this a little bit bro*ng wrong, there is almost an offer on the table on a candidate and so we are very, very close and so hopefully if you have your fingers crossed and the person who is doing a little background checking on it moved through the process. we will bring them to the commission to introduce them at that time and it will be helpful in a lot of the bigger things city wide that we talk about in here and may not have the ability to move forward on. and in addition, an interview was conducted for hour vacant and enforcement position last week. and that applicant was sent an offer for the position early this week or yesterday. actually. so we will keep the commission informed, unfortunately hr is a long process but this person came off of a vetted list that the city had and it will move quicker than someone off of the street with any luck we will have a second enforcement person, and then hopefully a month. the annual summit, this is the entertainment commission, 5th annual summit is finalized now for may 20th. so, if it is not in your eye phone, calendar and put it
bundles. rethink possible. [captioning made possible by warner bros. domestic television distribution] >> today on "tmz" -- >> when rihanna says that nicole richie makes her want to throw up, does that mean she likes her or she hates her? ofrihanna posted a photo nicole richie from the met gala. >> can we talk about how stupid these people look? did you see kim kardashian? >> mrs. doubtfire and kim kardashian. >> can we get mamosas? what is -- >> shanna moakler, we talked to her about breast feeding. >> i think it's incestual, gross. i don't like it. >> that's why you have breasts, that's why they're there. they're not there for max. well, i mean -- >> robert downey, jr. coming out of spago.
's door. we hear his 911 call for help. >> cleveland 911 police, ambulance or fire. >> hey, bro, i'm at 2207 seymour. >> this broad is trying to break out the house. so there's a bunch of people on the street, and she's, like, this man kidnapped me and my daughter and we've been here. she said her name is linda berry. >> tonight, 3 women who escaped are back with families, and the kidnappers are behind jails >> reporter: the day after she was found alive, her family believed divinity played a part in or rescue after nearly a decade in captivity. >> did you ever give up? >> no i would never give up. i always believe and have faith in god. >> police responded quickly on monday after a 911 call from 27-year-old amanda berry who had been missing for years. >> i've been kidnapped and missing for ten years. >> the neighbor is credited with helping her get to on safety. >> i'm trying to get the door open and can't, because she's been torture climb ber chamber. >> ave the three. >> . >> the three women examined and released to police. the daughter brought out of the house is her daughter.
your buddies about, go run back to your herd. you should see what i just did, bro. go back to the heard, ladies, who just kicked leopard ass! and the leopard, on the down low. nobody saw that. >> this is not a stuntman. he is a dry cleaner. call them yet?y to be alive. >> the person taping did you call the police? eldon is occupied. this happened in roswell, georgia. a woman in the parking lot hit his wife's suv. he told her to stop and instead she celebrate esel accelerated in front of the car. >> this stupid woman could kill a man because she doesn't want to face the reality of a small fender bender. >> she told wstb i'm lucky to be alive. the woman didn't mean to hurt her, but she didn't stop. >> did you call the police. yeah, buddy, i pulled out my cell phone. could you maybe do it for me? >> did you call them yet? did you call the police? >> amazing this guy was able to make it out okay. but he said "i am very, very lucky." and i say, yes, eldon, you are. >> is she now facing charges because of this? >> police say if they find her, they will charge her with aggravated assault. they
, bro. >> i can't imagine what these women must be feeling. >> what if a girl tries? >> probably slip her the tongue. >> shut up and kiss me. >> uh, no. >> it doesn't work for her either. >> i don't think he said gross. >> this girl is andrew's sister. she also has the awkward gene. >> how many times does she try? >> no. >> i thought guys would be up for this. >> surprised me that the girl didn't work. >> did it work for anybody? >> wait! wait! i just want to kiss you. >>> may the force be with these two when they start -- >> fighting like they are jedi [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to keep from driving all over for the best deals. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. surprise mom with gorgeous tulips. 10 stem bunches are just $5.99. starbucks coffee is $7.77. that's a price you can savor. and honey nut cheerios are just a buck-eighty eight. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >>> guys, this is a video demonstration of why you need someone to have your
it up with my basket-bros, i can't use expressions like "take it to the hole" or "jamming the rim" or "hey, let's touch each other's penises." which of course is just street slang for setting a pick. the point is gay sports do not make any sense just like gay marriage doesn't make any sense. because marriage is for making babies. and so is basketball. just ask the thousands of wilt chamberlain's children. i mean the whole game is a metaphor for pro-creation. the ball is the sperm. the hoop is the egg. and the shot clock is her ovulation cycle. fellows, that's why you always want to get off your shot in the first 24 seconds. i just hope homosexuals don't get their hands on any other of my favorite sports like figure skating or women's golf. and nation, you know, it's not just sports. look around. we're living in the final days of straight america. gays are serving openly in our military and the supreme court could very well overturn doma and just this morning my shower head broke forcing me to take a delightful bubble bath. coincidence? no. lavender. and america is is not alone, fo
, why are you wearing skinny jeans? because they're hip! and i want to stay young. well, stay old, bro, because that looks terrible. - dress your age. - i like 'em. i think they make me look sexy. i am getting a tremendous amount of enjoyment watching you parade around in those things. so i say keep them. - yeah? - yeah.
guy break down the door. and then he calls -- he calls 911. >> police, ambulance, or fire? >> hey bro i'm at 2207 seymour, west 25th. check this out. i just came from -- trying to break out the door. so there's a bunch of people on the street right now. what's wrong with you? what's the problem. she's like this -- kidnapped me and my daughter. we've been -- she said the neighbor is amanda barry. >> bill: that is the most colorful call. >> that is america's great hero right there. >> bill: charles ramsey for president. comes back from mcdonald's. this woman is trying to break out of the house. he hears cries for help or something. he and his neighbor break down the door. he puts in that call. he says about -- he was living alongside of this guy. he used to just go out and have barbecue with him. >> for a year. i had barbecue with this dude. we eat rib the and listen to salsa music. >> bill: hey bro. ya know, regular guy. >> i couldn't love this guy anymore. >> bill: i'm hanging out with him. he just does average stuff. >> for a year. >> bill: heard that one. okay. all right. >> i love
of thing easy talked about. he talked about you, you know what i mean? regular stuff, bro. >> so yesterday what happened? >> you will love this. i am going to tell it all. around 3:00, i was on my porch, and the mailman put his mail in my mail so i'm looking at it, got ariel's mail. checked the mail, went in the house, here is the mail. same conversation. they said they can't get it right, nope, damn postal service. he left, jumped on my bike, went to mcdonald's, came back momeho. i'm in my house, in the living room, and right by the front door, i'm looking out the front door and man, this girl screamed like a car had hit a kid. which made me, you know, stop eating, what the hell was that? so when i got up, i saw this -- my neighbor across the street, he run across the street, and i'm thinking where are you going? ain't nobody next door, i just saw ariel leave. ain't nobody there. heard that girl scream, saw him run across the street, went outside, wondering what he was doing, and amanda says i'm stuck in here, help me get out. he either doesn't know english or panicked. he said it's a gir
, you know what i mean? you know, regular stuff, bro. >> so yesterday what happened? >> i'm going to tell it all. around 3:00 i was on my porch, and the mailman put his mail in my mail. i'm looking at it like oh, here is his mail. couple minutes later he pulled up, checked the mailbox before he went in the house. i said ariel, here go your mail. just have the same conversation with the mail. he said, they can't get it right. i said nope, that postal service. that it. he left. i jumped on my bike. went to mcdonald's. came back home. i'm in my house but i'm in the living room, and i'm right by the front door, i'm looking out the front door and man this girl screamed like a car had hit a kid. which made me, you know, stop eating what the hell was that? because that -- so when i got up i saw this my neighbor across the street. he run across the street and i'm thinking, well where you going? there ain't nobody next door because i just saw ariel leave. and i know ain't nobody over there. i heard that girl scream and saw him run across the street. and i went outside and wonder what he wa
for help. >> 911 police and fire. >> yeah, hey bro i am at 22 07 see more west 25th. check this out. i just came from mcdonald's right? so i am on my porch eating my little food right? a girl comes out and screens she has been kidnapped here it is to set her name is amanda berry our daughter and her have been in the house. i does moved over here bro i don't know who she is. >> and neighbor living on see more avenue in cleveland say over the years then called police several times to the home where the three women were being held captive for about 10 years. tory dunnan has laces from cleveland. >> outside of the home of gina dejesus . the family believes in the vanity plate a partner rescued after nearly 10 years in captivity. >> did you ever give up? >> no i would never give up. >> please respond quickly on monday after a frantic 911 calls from 27 year-old amanda berry who has been missing for years. >> i have been kidnapped and i have been missing for 10 years i am here i am free now! >> charles ramsey help target to safety. >> i tried to get the door open he had tortured chamber it some ki
fed in a long time, bro. a long time. they was skinny when they come out of the house. we seen this dude every day. i mean every day. >> how long have you lived here? >> i've been here a year. i barbecued with this dude. we eat ribs and listen to all salsa music. not a clue that girl was in the house or anybody else against their will because how he is is, he just comes out to his backyard, plays with the dogs, tinkers with his motorcycles and cars and you look away because he's not doing nothing but the average stuff u know what i'm saying? nothing exciting about him. well, until today. >> straight ahead, the disturbing crime started more than ten years ago. one 14-year-old girl, one 16-year-old girl and a 19-year-old, all vanishing from the same neighborhood. we are in cleveland and we will take you to the three scenes of the kidnapping as we investigate how the unthinkable unfolded. and then the suspected kidnapper, ariel castro. was his dark side hidden or from time to time did it slip out? you will hear from a man who laid in a band with castro. that's next. the life cover
oh, great. now she's jumping up and down on the bed. captioning sponsored by cbs and warner bros. television. captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org i'm detecting high levels of happiness. luscious locks there's an entire land here...with living cars. now this is flying... with style. great glittering galaxies. disneyland resort just got happier, see it all with a 3-day park hopper ticket. i now appear to be lost in a deep dark cave... >>> bay area firefighters jumped into action today trying to knock down flames, and fire season is just beginning. >> hello. one of those fires struck in a neighborhood and it didn't take long for the flames to destroy one home and threaten several others. we are live in san ramon where firefighters continue to watch for hot spots tonight. john? >> reporter: heather, fire crews are here watching these homes making sure nothing flares up and boarding these homes up, too. the eighth burr hood was in a pan -- the neighborhood was in a panic. there was just enough time to shoot this film. >> it was very scary. >> reporter: it started
an overnight sensation because of the cleveland kidnapping story. >> reporter: calls everybody bro from reporters interviewing him. >> bro, not a clue! >> reporter: to the 911 dispatcher. >> yeah, hey bro. >> reporter: and now everybody wants to be his bro. "this guy is ten types of awesome." awesome if his story about helping with the rescue holds up. >> i see this girl going nuts. >> reporter: awesome for how he described the suspect. >> i barbecued with this dude. we eat ribs and whatnot and listen to salsa music. you see where i'm coming are from? >> reporter: his quotes like the ones about the suspect's testicular fortitude have been immortalized on the web and the ultimate internet accolade. his interviews have been autotuned. ♪ something is wrong here >> reporter: even when he was about to swear then substituted the word stuff for the s word. >> no, because i would have pulled this heroic -- stuff last year. >> reporter: he got a pat on the back. >> thank you for restraining yourself. >> reporter: charles "chuck" ramsey is a dishwasher at a cleveland restaurant. his newfound fa
balance or fire. >> yeah, hey, bro, i'm at 2207 seymour, west 25th. hey, check this out. i just came from mcdonald's, right? so i'm on my porch eating my little food, right? this broad is trying to break out the bleep house next door to me. there's a bunch of people on the street right now. what's wrong, what's the problem? she's like this bleep done kidnapped me and my daughter. she said her name is linda barry or some bleep. i don't know who the bleep that is. i just moved over here. >> sir, you have to calm down and slow down. >> is she still in the street. >> seymour avenue. >> is she still in the street or where did she go. >> i'm looking at her. she calling y'all. >> mcdonald's thinks this guy is an hero. the company tweeted, "way to go, charles ramsey. we'll be in touch". >>> the cleef lands case has a lot of eerie similarities to the jaycee dugard story. jaycee was held captive in the backyard near antioch for 18 years. >> that story is me just thank you for tonight and i want to say what an amazing time to be talking about hope with everything that's happening. >> jaycee says the
stuff, bro. >> so yesterday, what happened? >> you gonna love this. i'm going to tell it all. around 3:00, i was on my porch. and the mailman put his mail in my mail. i looked at it and said i've got to give ariel his mail when he comes home. couple minutes later, he pulled up. he checked the mailbox, before he went in the house, i said ariel, here go your mail. we had the same conversation when i handed him the mail. he said they can't get it right. i said nope, damn postal service. that's it. he left. i jumped on my bike. went to mcdonald's. came back home. i'm in my house. but i'm in the living room and i'm right by the front door because i'm looking out the front door. and, man, this girl screamed like a car had hit a kid. which made me, you know, you stop eating, what was that? so when i got up, i saw my neighbor across the street. he run across the street. i'm thinking where are you going? ain't nobody next door, i saw ariel leave. i know there ain't nobody over there. i heard that girl scream and saw him running across the street. i went outside and wondered what he was doing. a
this off, bro. >> irdon't think we've seen the last of charles. >> it is nice to have a little bit of levity to this. >> very entertaining. >> absolutely. >>> here's our "play of the day" this morning. talk about smooth. who wouldn't want to look at this. >> this treadmill dancer shakes his stuff like that almost every day at a gym in florida and doesn't seem to care or notice that it's being recorded. >> apparently he's working out and it's got to be a decent workout. i'm telling you what, man, he's got to be careful. that was a sweet move. >> i want his playlist. i could never do that the a gym. >> for some of you, your local news is next. smoke? nah, i'm good. ♪ [ male announcer ] every time you say no to a cigarette, you celebrate a little win. nicorette lozenges deliver craving relief that lasts. double your chances of quitting. i had[ designer ]eeling enough of just covering up nicorette lozenges deliver craving relief that lasts. my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer
a few days beforehand which is a nice bro thing to do. >> bill, when you came in on this show people were just as shocked. >> you mean i was one thing one year and then another the next? it has more to do with the word sequential than anything hemaphrodite. >> you actually had to not come out, but go in. >> i had a huge gay fan base, and i am not saying i am not. >> the other day a cop said i liked you on "red eye." he said all three of those tabis are gay, right? >> welcome to my show. at least i don't have a ring on my finger and then they would think i am really trying. you can't feel bad for this girl if she -- if she is angry, you could probably say she is more of a victim. but what i don't get is if you are going to be trolling for chicks for a fake relationship in the wnba why get the one het trough sexual one. you could have a easy marriage? i mean out of any sport those have the most out athletes of the wnba. there are a lot of them, but he gets the one hetero one. you could have had a relationship of convenes yens -- convenience until now. >> this is an argument for men com
've been here a year. i've barbecued with this dude. we listened to salsa music. bro, not a clue that that girl was in that house. or anybody else was in there. how he is is he just comes out with his backyard, tinkers with his cars and motorcycles. he's somebody you look and look away. he's not doing but the average stuff. there's nothing exciting about him. until dod. today. >> charles ramsey who helped. >> he is joining me now, john wag sh. also on the phone is john ryan, the center for national and exploited children. john walsh, you and i have been off and together on programs and with the end result is a nightmare. and horrible. it is a joy to be with you tonight where three young women. have been given their lives back. >> anderson. i can't tell you how ecstatic i am. you're absolutely right. here is a woman and two girls that were children when they were kidnaps, 17 and 14, to come back alive, is incredible. if i could be there to hug that man, charles ramsey who came off the street and he said it. i'm a black man. this is a white girl that's waving to me. it might be a d
not been fed in a long time, bro. >> very rough condition but alive. all the victims were taken to local hospitals for evaluation. >> shepard: trace gallagher live. of course, we have been watching the pictures of the fbi outside that home. they are working this crime -- as a crime scene, obviously it is a crime scene, trying to get whatever evidence they can out of there. if you're on twitter or you're listening around on the internet, there are all kinds of stories about what may be to come here. lots of different kinds of really awful tales. what we know for the moment is, three women are out of there and are now free. whatever else happens, we'll report when it happens. we're not going to sit around here and talk about what is possible. what we know is there are other missing persons cases. and what we know is that investigators are enough trying to figure out exactly what happened in that house. and we also know that neighbor after neighbor now after neighbor, has reported weirdness. knocking on the walls. a naked woman in the yard. screaming in the streets. were signs missed? kind
music. you sigh where i'm coming from? >> had you no indication anything was going on. >> hey, bro, not a clue that that girl was in that house or anybody else was in there against their will. because how he is -- he just comes out to his backyard, plays with the dogs, tinkers with his cars and motorcycles and goes goes back in the house. you look and look away because he is not doing nothing. >> bill: now the wider implications these kind of kings are rare the fbi says in 2012, 411 americans were abducted by a stranger. the impact of children and young people disappearing is enormous on the public psyche. elizabeth smart case in utah comes to mind. chances are when you were a child your parents let you go out to play unsupervised. mine did. i was out of the house for hours, especially in the summer. but today american children are constantly under supervision with play dates and organized activities almost all the time. rarely are children away from their homes on their own. even most teenagers are not afforded that freedom. american parents are simply frightened. they believe chi
with the character. i'm also different in other ways. >> is there a little bro-mance going on with you and captain kirk. >> seems like it. >> did you get that dynamic? >> dynamic? >> it's sexual tension. so much. it's palpable. >> who's kirk and who's spock? >> she's spock? look at her, she's an egyptian goddess. >> you and me, baby. you and me. >> when you're not doing the filming of this movie, you've got a broadway show coming up. >> i'm making my broadway debut in the fall. >> we did the production up at the american repertory theater in cambridge. >> excuse us. fancy. >> as long as you come see us. >> what that's right are you going to be in? >> i don't know. >> what's your role? >> in the play? >> yes. >> i play tom wingfield who is basically tennessee williams' most auto biographical character. >> he's confused, anxious, excited to live a life and he's an incredible -- to learn as much as i have about tennessee himself and to -- to get to know his life and his journey and his experiences, one of most rewarding things i've done so far. >> that's fall? >> yes. >> we wish you great luck. >> we
looking for it, bro. that's why they keep saying i'm a hero, let me tell you, i'm american, i'm a human being. i'm just like you. i work for a living. there was a woman in distress. so why turn your back on that? my father would have whooped the hell out of me if he found that i cowhered out. >> he cower out. it's enough. he should be given credit for what he did. he kicks in a door to rescue a young woman and some are criticizing his addiction? i tell you what, those women held prisoner for ten years and during that time many better dressed people drove by that house until charles ramsey heard her voice cry out for help. that is all that matters and he is a hero. thanks for watching. i'm al sharpton. "hardball" starts right now. >>> charged. let's play "hardball."
you need an ambulance or what? >> she needs everything. she's in a panic, bro. >> amanda berry, gina de jesus and michele knight are in undisclosed locations. >> i was happy that they found her because i have been looking for her. and i just don't want her to think that i forgot about her. >> there are so many unbelievable aspects to this story. all three went missing within a five block radius between 2002 and 2004 and were found in ariel castro's house. first lady michelle obama expressed relief. >> we are grateful that they are safe. it is probably a parent's worst nightmare to lose a child in any way, shape or form. i am just happy for these families that they found their daughters. >> kraig melvin joins me live. i know there is a news conference this afternoon. >> that news conference is going to take place we are told right after the formal charges are filed. those charges we are hearing are going to be filed between now and 6:00 this afternoon. we hope to find out the answer to a number of questions. first of all, how these three women were taken. secondly, how they remained i
's some more girls up in that house. they looked like they haven't been fed in a long time, bro. >> you had no indication that there was anything going on? >> bro, not a clue that that girl was in that house or anybody else was in there against their will because how he is -- he just comes out to his backyard. plays with the dogs, tinkering with his cars and motorcycles. nothing exciting about him. well, until today. >> what was the reaction on the girls' faces? i can't imagine to see the sunlight. to be around people. >> bro, i knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man's arms. something is wrong here. >> you heard it straight from mr. ramsey. we're joined by another neighbor of air ariel castro, juan perez. thank you for joining us this morning. i know you live just two houses away from ariel castro. before you saw the police pull up last night, had you had any sense that something terribly wrong was happening inside that house? >> no, i had no idea. like i can't lie, i thought he was a nice guy. he was loving to all the kids in the neighborhood. he
, and two women were being held. listen. >> cleveland 911 police, ambulance or fire? >> yeah, hey bro. i'm at 2270 seymour, west 25th, check this out. i just came from mcdonald's, right? i'm on my porch eating my little food, right? this broad is trying to break out the [ bleep ] house next door to me. so there's a bunch of people on the street right now, and so we're like, what's wrong? what's the problem? she's like this [ bleep ] done kidnapped me and my daughter. she said her name is linda berry or some [ bleep ]. i don't know who that [ bleep ] is. i just moved over here. >> sir, sir, you have to calm down and slow down. is she still in the street? >> seymour avenue. >> is she still in the street? >> yeah, i'm looking at her. she's calling you all. she on the other phone. >> is she black, white or hispanic? >> she white, but the baby looks hispanic. >> what is she wearing? >> white tank top, light blue sweat pants, like a wife beater. >> do you know the address next door? that she said she was in? >> yeah, 2207. i'm looking at it. >> i thought that was your address? >> no, i'm smart
of the brotherhood-sistersol, also known as bro-sis. it's great to have you here. i want to get your reaction to this story, because we read it all today and it was zinging around the internet and could not believe it, but i've talked to some folks that work with school kids and they were less shocked by what they heard. >> it's a very disturbing story on two levels. first, just on a personal level, that this young girl, who is a strong student, coming from a strong family, doing nothing wrong but being intellectually curious is being expelled from school. that's disturbing on a personal level. the other reason it's disturbing is it's emblematic in a national level. -- issue. over 3 million cases of expulsion and severe suspensions out of schools across the country. it's the zero tolerance policy that is expelling children for the kind of things that got us sent to the principal's office or talked to by a teacher at worst when we were in school. >> you work with kids and see the trend is there's some bucket of things that are disciplinary infractions. you do something in school that's wrong a
to have caught? mostly they just seem to be following the bro code, not the jihadist code. it's unclear if they had surveilled them if they asked 18-year-olds, do you happen to support radicalization against the united statess, if that would have been effective in stopping this. >> the fbi had contact with tamerlan tsarnaev and presumably asked him a question like that, richard, which goes to this nebulous area of self-radicalization or radicalization in general and what makes people radicalized or become terrorists and how to know that. >> it's incredibly hard to track, we saw it in madrid and london as well. i want to come back to the question that john mccain raised, was whether certain countries or certain people in certain countries are somehow unwelcome. i don't want to have to remind john mccain about the national security history of this country. but it wasn't that long ago that this country went to the defense of beleaguered massacred muslims in bosnia, for instance, we took the approach in chechnya, where the russian government was engaged in ethnic cleansing and bombing musli
that there was -- >> not -- bro, not a clue that that girl was in that house or anybody else in there against their will because how he is -- he just comes up to his backyard, plays with the dogs, tinkering with his cars and motorcycles, goes back in the house. he is somebody you look and look away. he is not doing nothing but the average stuff. nothing exciting about him. well, until the other day. >> three people are now in custody, including aa man named ariel castro. he is the one who lived in the house, owned the house, his brothers are the others that the police brought in. early this morning we heard from the authorities in cleveland with more details on this case. >> the cleveland division of police and our law enforcement partners which includes the fbi, cuyahoga county sheriff's office, u.s. martial's office remains committed to these causes over the years. led by the cleveland office of the fbi, we have continued to investigate my and all leads in these cases. these leads came in over the years and were investigated time and again. possible suspects were interviewed. search warrants were executed. th
. see where i'm coming from? >> you had no indication anything was going on? >> bro, not a clue that girl was in that house or anybody else was in there against their will, because how he is is -- he just comes out to his backyard, plays with the dogs, tinkers with his cars and motorcycles, goes back in the house. he's somebody, you look and look away. he's not doing nothing but the average stuff. nothing exciting about him. well, until today. >> i'd call that fellow cooperative witness, wouldn't you? joining me on the scene in cleveland is a reporter. thank you for joining us. we haven't met. tell me. answer some of nimy questions. people live next door to three middle-aged guys, men, older men, and never hear young women's voices in all those weeks and nights and days and hot nights and whatever? it seems unreal. it does. >> reporter: it does seem unreal, chris. and that is the big question that everyone has on their mind. how could these women be hidden relatively in plain sight under the noses of people looking for them? that is what investigators want to answer. we can tell
no indication there was anything -- >> bro, not a clue that that girl was in that house or anybody else was in there against their will. because how he is, is -- he just comes out to his backyard, plays with the dogs, tinkering with his cars and motorcycles. goes back in the house. he's somebody you look and look away. he's not doing nothing but the average stuff. you see what i'm saying? nothing exciting about him. well, until today. >> i mean, you know, clint, when you look at this, it's amazing because usually lost people are not found. and here you have a miracle. three of them found alive and the neighbor telling the story, nobody saw anything strange. >> well, al, you're right. there's only a very -- once a child has been missing -- once it goes past days into weeks, months and in this case years, the statistical probability of getting a child back is very, very small. but in this case, i think we probably have these -- these sexual predators, these sexual sadists, at least one of them, who liked to kidnap, but they wanted to hold on to their victims so they could not only have, p
ribs with him and listened to salsa music with him. had no indication anyone else lived there. >> bro, not a clue that that girl was in that house or anybody else was in there against their will. because how he is, is owe -- he just comes out to his backyard lays with his dogs and motorcycles. go back in the house you look and look away he is not doing nothing but the average stuff. you see what i'm saying? there is noe nothing exciting about him -- well, until today. >> until today. ramsey says he didn't know who the women were until an investigator explained the whole story to him, shep? >> shepard: trace, thank you. one of the suspects was in a band. former band mate now says he has been in that house where we now know those women were allegedly locked up. he says he played in various bands with aerial castro for nearly 20 years. and that back in 2011, the band mate says he sold the suspect a washer/dryer and other stuff and helped him carry it into his house. today on "studio b" i asked him if he remembered seeing anything weird. >> no. pretty much musicians home, you have your re
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